Bill Yarborough - Owner | Import Service Center, Inc.

Bill Yarborough

Owner

Certifications

EL 1 (Electrical 1)

EL1 (Electrical 1)

Objectives

- To provide the technician with a functional and diagnostic understanding of automotive electrical systems and components to properly service Bosch automotive systems and products.To enable the technician to properly utilize Bosch information to locate system or component diagnostic procedures. Enable the technician to diagnose, test, and repair parallel series circuits, batteries, charging and starting systems, and to introduce the technician to DIN wiring diagrams and symbols.

Content

- The course is designed to give the technician a working knowledge of electrical component functions, such as diodes, resistors, solenoids, relays, etc.Building of functional automotive circuits utilizing diagrams and electronic test boards with actual components.Hands on testing of circuits using diagnostic principles, including practical use of Ohm’s law, current flow and voltage drop. On-board battery charging and starting systems. Theory of system operation and component function with onboard battery, charging, and starting systems. Working knowledge of repair procedures of components, circuits and systems, including operating instructions for required special tools (DVOM, VAT, Lab scope, etc.)

EL 2 (Electrical 2)

EL 2 (Electrical 2)

Objectives

- To provide the technician with a functional and diagnostic understanding of automotive electrical systems and components to properly service Bosch automotive systems and products.To enable the technician to properly utilize Bosch information to locate system or component diagnostic procedures. Enable the technician to diagnose, test, and repair parallel series circuits, batteries, charging and starting systems, and to introduce the technician to DIN wiring diagrams and symbols.

Content

- The course is designed to give the technician a working knowledge of electrical component functions, such as diodes, resistors, solenoids, relays, etc.Building of functional automotive circuits utilizing diagrams and electronic test boards with actual components.Hands on testing of circuits using diagnostic principles, including practical use of Ohm’s law, current flow and voltage drop. On-board battery charging and starting systems. Theory of system operation and component function with onboard battery, charging, and starting systems. Working knowledge of repair procedures of components, circuits and systems, including operating instructions for required special tools (DVOM, VAT, Lab scope, etc.)

BEM (Bosch Engine Management)

BEM (Bosch Engine Management)

Objectives

– Enable the technician to diagnose, test, and repair ME2.1, ME7.5 and ME9.6 Bosch engine management systems.

Content

- This course is designed to give the technician a working knowledge of the construction and operating principles of individual components, interaction within the complete system, failure mode analysis, component testing, troubleshooting, and testing systems in the vehicle. Use of related Bosch Service Information Systems, service tools, and test equipment. OBDII update.

GDI (Gasoline Direct Injection)

GDI (Gasoline Direct Injection)

Objectives

– Enable the technician to properly identify, diagnose, test and repair Bosch MED9.1 (Audi/VW and MED9.6.1 (GM) Gasoline Direct Injection engine management systems. Demonstrate and perform troubleshooting and repair procedures necessary to properly service and maintain electronic systems and components.

Content

- This course is designed to give the technician a working knowledge of the construction and operating principles of individual components, interaction within the complete system, failure mode analysis, component testing, troubleshooting, and testing systems in the vehicle. Use of related Bosch diagnostic tools to view vehicle operating parameters and diagnose stored faults. Use of related Bosch service tools and test equipment.

BSS (Bosch Safety Systems)

BSS (Bosch Safety Systems)

Objectives

Enable the technician to properly identify, diagnose, test and repair Bosch ABS/ASR5, ABS/ASR8, ESP, 1.34 and SBC sensotronic brake systems. Demonstrate and perform troubleshooting and repair procedures necessary to properly service and maintain electronic systems and components.

Content

- This course is designed to give the technician a working knowledge of the construction and operating principles of individual components, interaction within the complete system, failure mode analysis, component testing, troubleshooting, and testing of systems in the vehicle. Use of related Bosch diagnostic tools to view vehicle operating parameters and diagnose stored faults. Use of related Bosch service tools and test equipment.

bill@isc-sc.com

BSS (Bosch Safety Systems)


Mark A. Calvert - Technician | Import Service Center, Inc.

Mark A. Calvert

Technician

Certifications

EL 1 (Electrical 1)

EL1 (Electrical 1)

Objectives

- To provide the technician with a functional and diagnostic understanding of automotive electrical systems and components to properly service Bosch automotive systems and products.To enable the technician to properly utilize Bosch information to locate system or component diagnostic procedures. Enable the technician to diagnose, test, and repair parallel series circuits, batteries, charging and starting systems, and to introduce the technician to DIN wiring diagrams and symbols.

Content

- The course is designed to give the technician a working knowledge of electrical component functions, such as diodes, resistors, solenoids, relays, etc.Building of functional automotive circuits utilizing diagrams and electronic test boards with actual components.Hands on testing of circuits using diagnostic principles, including practical use of Ohm’s law, current flow and voltage drop. On-board battery charging and starting systems. Theory of system operation and component function with onboard battery, charging, and starting systems. Working knowledge of repair procedures of components, circuits and systems, including operating instructions for required special tools (DVOM, VAT, Lab scope, etc.)

EL 2 (Electrical 2)

EL 2 (Electrical 2)

Objectives

- To provide the technician with a functional and diagnostic understanding of automotive electrical systems and components to properly service Bosch automotive systems and products.To enable the technician to properly utilize Bosch information to locate system or component diagnostic procedures. Enable the technician to diagnose, test, and repair parallel series circuits, batteries, charging and starting systems, and to introduce the technician to DIN wiring diagrams and symbols.

Content

- The course is designed to give the technician a working knowledge of electrical component functions, such as diodes, resistors, solenoids, relays, etc.Building of functional automotive circuits utilizing diagrams and electronic test boards with actual components.Hands on testing of circuits using diagnostic principles, including practical use of Ohm’s law, current flow and voltage drop. On-board battery charging and starting systems. Theory of system operation and component function with onboard battery, charging, and starting systems. Working knowledge of repair procedures of components, circuits and systems, including operating instructions for required special tools (DVOM, VAT, Lab scope, etc.)

BEM (Bosch Engine Management)

BEM (Bosch Engine Management)

Objectives

– Enable the technician to diagnose, test, and repair ME2.1, ME7.5 and ME9.6 Bosch engine management systems.

Content

- This course is designed to give the technician a working knowledge of the construction and operating principles of individual components, interaction within the complete system, failure mode analysis, component testing, troubleshooting, and testing systems in the vehicle. Use of related Bosch Service Information Systems, service tools, and test equipment. OBDII update.

GDI (Gasoline Direct Injection)

GDI (Gasoline Direct Injection)

Objectives

– Enable the technician to properly identify, diagnose, test and repair Bosch MED9.1 (Audi/VW and MED9.6.1 (GM) Gasoline Direct Injection engine management systems. Demonstrate and perform troubleshooting and repair procedures necessary to properly service and maintain electronic systems and components.

Content

- This course is designed to give the technician a working knowledge of the construction and operating principles of individual components, interaction within the complete system, failure mode analysis, component testing, troubleshooting, and testing systems in the vehicle. Use of related Bosch diagnostic tools to view vehicle operating parameters and diagnose stored faults. Use of related Bosch service tools and test equipment.

BSS (Bosch Safety Systems)

BSS (Bosch Safety Systems)

Objectives

Enable the technician to properly identify, diagnose, test and repair Bosch ABS/ASR5, ABS/ASR8, ESP, 1.34 and SBC sensotronic brake systems. Demonstrate and perform troubleshooting and repair procedures necessary to properly service and maintain electronic systems and components.

Content

- This course is designed to give the technician a working knowledge of the construction and operating principles of individual components, interaction within the complete system, failure mode analysis, component testing, troubleshooting, and testing of systems in the vehicle. Use of related Bosch diagnostic tools to view vehicle operating parameters and diagnose stored faults. Use of related Bosch service tools and test equipment.

BSS (Bosch Safety Systems)


Robert Yarborough - Owner | Import Service Center, Inc.

Robert Yarborough

Owner

Certifications

EL 1 (Electrical 1)

EL1 (Electrical 1)

Objectives

- To provide the technician with a functional and diagnostic understanding of automotive electrical systems and components to properly service Bosch automotive systems and products.To enable the technician to properly utilize Bosch information to locate system or component diagnostic procedures. Enable the technician to diagnose, test, and repair parallel series circuits, batteries, charging and starting systems, and to introduce the technician to DIN wiring diagrams and symbols.

Content

- The course is designed to give the technician a working knowledge of electrical component functions, such as diodes, resistors, solenoids, relays, etc.Building of functional automotive circuits utilizing diagrams and electronic test boards with actual components.Hands on testing of circuits using diagnostic principles, including practical use of Ohm’s law, current flow and voltage drop. On-board battery charging and starting systems. Theory of system operation and component function with onboard battery, charging, and starting systems. Working knowledge of repair procedures of components, circuits and systems, including operating instructions for required special tools (DVOM, VAT, Lab scope, etc.)

EL 2 (Electrical 2)

EL 2 (Electrical 2)

Objectives

- To provide the technician with a functional and diagnostic understanding of automotive electrical systems and components to properly service Bosch automotive systems and products.To enable the technician to properly utilize Bosch information to locate system or component diagnostic procedures. Enable the technician to diagnose, test, and repair parallel series circuits, batteries, charging and starting systems, and to introduce the technician to DIN wiring diagrams and symbols.

Content

- The course is designed to give the technician a working knowledge of electrical component functions, such as diodes, resistors, solenoids, relays, etc.Building of functional automotive circuits utilizing diagrams and electronic test boards with actual components.Hands on testing of circuits using diagnostic principles, including practical use of Ohm’s law, current flow and voltage drop. On-board battery charging and starting systems. Theory of system operation and component function with onboard battery, charging, and starting systems. Working knowledge of repair procedures of components, circuits and systems, including operating instructions for required special tools (DVOM, VAT, Lab scope, etc.)

BEM (Bosch Engine Management)

BEM (Bosch Engine Management)

Objectives

– Enable the technician to diagnose, test, and repair ME2.1, ME7.5 and ME9.6 Bosch engine management systems.

Content

- This course is designed to give the technician a working knowledge of the construction and operating principles of individual components, interaction within the complete system, failure mode analysis, component testing, troubleshooting, and testing systems in the vehicle. Use of related Bosch Service Information Systems, service tools, and test equipment. OBDII update.


Jeff Babington - Technician | Import Service Center, Inc.

Jeff Babington

Technician

Certifications

EL 1 (Electrical 1)

EL1 (Electrical 1)

Objectives

- To provide the technician with a functional and diagnostic understanding of automotive electrical systems and components to properly service Bosch automotive systems and products.To enable the technician to properly utilize Bosch information to locate system or component diagnostic procedures. Enable the technician to diagnose, test, and repair parallel series circuits, batteries, charging and starting systems, and to introduce the technician to DIN wiring diagrams and symbols.

Content

- The course is designed to give the technician a working knowledge of electrical component functions, such as diodes, resistors, solenoids, relays, etc.Building of functional automotive circuits utilizing diagrams and electronic test boards with actual components.Hands on testing of circuits using diagnostic principles, including practical use of Ohm’s law, current flow and voltage drop. On-board battery charging and starting systems. Theory of system operation and component function with onboard battery, charging, and starting systems. Working knowledge of repair procedures of components, circuits and systems, including operating instructions for required special tools (DVOM, VAT, Lab scope, etc.)

Jeff specializes in the following makes: Honda, Acura, American Cars